Disabled people are worthy of love

When a letter to the New York Times questioned whether it’s ok to dump a romantic partner with a long-term medical condition, the responses were diverse and passionate. Disabled writer Naomi Lawson Jacobs shares their own story, serving as a reminder of the adventures that can be missed if disabled people are deemed unworthy of love.

A collection of poetry, interviews, research and reporting on the continued marginalisation of Black people in the UK and the US